What’s New

Science Coach is excited to announce two internship opportunities for registered Science Coach students during the Summer of 2022.

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1. Washington University of St. Louis (WUSTL) Cancer Research Club and the Siteman Cancer Center have partnered with Science Coach to provide three (3) registered students internship opportunities at Siteman Cancer Center.

2. Washington University of St. Louis (WUSTL) B.R.A.I.N. (Bright Researchers Advancing In Neuroscience) Club has partnered with Science Coach to provide three (3) registered students internship opportunities at the Washington University School of Medicine – Neuroscience lab.

Both of these internships are incredible opportunities for Science Coach students interested in either cancer or neuroscience research to work alongside professional researchers on a component of their larger project, which can be presented as the student’s research for the 22-23 school year.

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Albert Einstein once said “The important thing is to never stop questioning.”

Think about this: every single discovery and invention started with a question. Inquiry is the path to change; questions inspire investigations which lead to hypotheses which guide experiments. And experiments result in contributions to the greater body of knowledge, cures, technologies, and solutions to existing challenges and those we have yet to face!

Imagine if we inspired students with the confidence and ability to ask their questions in a scientific way?

When we ask better questions,
the entire world benefits.

Since 2007, Science Coach has been engaging 6th-12th grade public/private/home schooled students in the process of scientific inquiry so they can tackle the problems of today and tomorrow. The Science Coach program teaches students to choose questions of personal interest, create procedures to test hypotheses, arrive at answers with validity, and build confidence in solving real world problems. Schools pay their teachers to coach sports teams. Science Coach pays teams of teachers to coach students to create accomplished science fair projects.

Students are encouraged to never stop
questioning and inspired to use science to
effect real world change.

Interested in getting involved?

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